Jul 15

speak no evil

WSJ Notes “Chances That China’s Data Is Real Is Very Low” Then Promptly Scrubs It (ZeroHedge, July 15, 2015):

Now you see it: “The chances that that data is real is very low,” said Alicia Garcia Herrero, Natixis’s chief economist for the Asia-Pacific region. “Would you publish GDP data that looks south at this point in time? I don’t think so.”

Now you don’t.

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One Response to “WSJ Notes “Chances That China’s Data Is Real Is Very Low” Then Promptly Scrubs It”

  1. Marilyn Gjerdrum Says:

    We have no freedom of the press remaining.
    Every area of communication is controlled by a couple of major corporations.
    Free enterprise is of the past.
    Even the financial reporters who had more flexibility because they reported on market activities have been shut down.
    The Wall Street Journal was my daily newspaper for years. It outlined, predicted and warned of the Crash of 2008. It described the MBS scam in detail; anyone paying attention had the necessary information to make reliable choices.
    Today, everything is wonderful………it is appalling.
    All the voices of dissent are silenced.
    Every man for himself…………

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